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When
Sat, Sep 23, 2017 10:00am –

Where

Lenfest Center for the Arts
615 West 129th Street
New York  New York  10027
United States
Where

The Lantern

Columbia School of the Arts

Story I/O (Input/Output)

Featuring: Maggie Breslin, The Patient Revolution, Rita Charon, Columbia University Medical Center and the Program in Narrative Medicine, Nicholas Fortugno, Playmatics, Desmond Patton, Columbia School of Social Work and SAFE Lab Led by Lance Weiler, Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab Application required.

Led by Columbia Digital Storytelling Lab, Story I/O, or "Input/Output," is a highly interactive one-day event to explore new forms and functions of storytelling. This first edition explores the lab's collaborative work with Columbia School of Social Work's SAFE Lab, creating a de-escalation room for youth that harnesses story, play, design, and emerging tech. The day also incorporates work by the Program in Narrative Medicine and The Patient Revolution to build simulations for empathetic care that embrace mixed reality and sensor-based technologies.

Columbia University makes every effort to accommodate individuals with disabilities. If you require accommodation, please contact Gavin Browning at gdb2106@columbia.edu in advance.